LHU Dining debuts “Restaurant Nights” for students
In the past, LHU students who craved a filet mignon or New York strip steak for dinner had to shell out some gas money and pay a hefty tab for the elegant dining experience.
Upscale food options are now just a short walk to Bentley Dining Hall and available at an affordable price through the meal plan.
Every Thursday, Lock Haven University dining is offering “Restaurant Nights” for students. Elegant meals with a traditional restaurant-style atmosphere will be offered in the faculty and staff dining room in upper Bentley from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
“When it comes to dining, we understand that students like to have options. Restaurant Nights are designed to give students a unique dining experience unlike anything we’ve offered here on campus before,” said Kevin Hamilton, Food Service Director for Aramark Higher Education at Lock Haven University. “And it’s another great benefit of having a meal plan.”
Students who have a meal plan will be charged one meal swipe and a small additional amount in the form of flex, cash or credit. Students without a meal plan may use cash, credit or FLEX dollars to purchase the meal.
During Restaurant Nights, waiters and waitresses will take orders and serve restaurant-style meals from a menu that is revised weekly for a constantly changing dining experience. The first Restaurant Night was held on Thursday, February 14. They will continue weekly every Thursday through at least April 25.
Lobster Bisque Soup
Traditional Caesar Salad
New York Strip Steak
Lemon Crusted Tilapia
Gooey Brownie Sundae